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in the hardest hit areas. reporter efrem graham was there, too. >> reporter: a flood wall separates st. bernards parish from plaquemines parish. flood waters are higher than most homes. >> we were supposed to be moving in next month. might be a delay now. >> becky and husband have spent years fixing one of the homes. >> believe it or not there was less water during katrina than now. >> i am standing on top of a levee eight to nine feet. there is a breach in that levee right here. it runs six to seven feet deep. >> the levee authority caused the breach to drain the water and eventually open the flood wall, still workers estimate it will be another two weeks for the water to recede. they take comfort as a caravan of e relief. >> most of us devote christians, it helps. >> jodie and team from operation blessing were here seven years ago when katrina hit. it was her first day on the job. >> when i saw the boats floating, they can't take this again. my heart goes out to them. if there is anything i would ask people to do, pray for them. >> disaster response begins with a hot meal. katherine white and
. and so kent mentioned earlier the case out of florida in the sue presume court graham in which the court said the juvenile should be treated differently with respect to life without the possibility of parole. the same happened in simmons where the court has treated juveniles differently. it may be the case we can start to do that. we can start to categorize people. we categorized a group of individuals in virginia and said those people who have mental retardation have lesser couple ability for a whole host of reasons, they're more likely to follow people. they're more likely to be subject to peer pressure, less likely to have made premeditated decision-making. that's probably where this evidence is the most useful. we have a standard in criminal law called the reasonable person standard. this fictitious person that we measure everybody's conduct by. we say this is the person, the average person, the average juror, the average individual, the kind of conduct that we would expect an average member of society to live up to. well, as it turns out that none of us are quite average, right. and
people we think we can bring in to support me. >> adding up romney's 47% program with lindsey graham and democratic senator dick durbin. >>> and the deadly attacks on americans in libya. it is apparently not what we thought. the latest from house intelligence committee chairman mike rogers. >>> and who are those people anyway? i'm candy crowley. and this is "state of the union." >>> as mitt romney struggled to regain footing after his 47% victim remark, the president was contemplating his first four years and a slight change to the hope and change theme. >> you can't change washington from the inside. you can only change it from the outside. that's how i got elected. we are at that point on the campaign where everything becomes fodder on the stump. >> the president threw in the white flag of surrender again. he said he can't change washington from the inside. he can only change it from outside. well, we're going to give him that chance in november. he is going outside. >> that point of the campaign where even the responses do not go unresponded to. >> he stood up in a rally, proud ly
. we're joined by lindsey graham, republican from south carolina. senator graham serves on the armed services committee. he was in libya this past december. he knew ambassador stevens well. your thoughts on the events over the last 24 hours? >> you said it well. america lost one of her best diplomats. chris loved libya. he loved his job. he loved his country. he went to the most dangerous places trying to build up democracies and to help those who want to help themselves. libya lost one of her best friend and allies. i can not tell you how important chris was during the war in libya and, my number one priority is to make sure those who are responsible for the killing of chris and his colleagues are brought to justice. libyan government has said all the right thing about condemning this but we need action to make sure those who planned and perpetrated this attack are brought to justice. jenna: how do we do that? >> work with the libyans. the use our intelligence gathering capabilities and go after them jointly with the libyans. i'm hoping we will see an outpouring from the libyan gove
not invent the telegraph. alexander graham bell did not invent the telephone. alexander graham bell is one of the very talented individuals in the 1870s. including deleting, and it telegraphs. and a promoter who had behind him a very small, but very affect this telegram copied. in figure two companies competing with each other for copyrights, and the competitive struggle. his primary background which eventually became at&t appeared he might not have heard of alexander graham bell. so the inventors are operating in a distinctive economy in which there are inventive is indeed a relatively small part of the story. >> host: said richard john how would you compare to a steve jobs or bill gates today? >> guest: well, they are very different. moore was an unsuccessful entrepreneur. they'll did not wish to be a notch for newer. gates and jobs are very successful entrepreneurs. and i'm not some ways more system is revealing. he's the most revealing contrast because he very much wanted to rely on the last generation's templates for how to organize the business, to land the federal government to the
, moonlight graham -- adam is always compared to moonlight graham. she said, man, i feel sorry for that moonlight graham character. i said moonlight graham doesn't have anything on this guy, on adam greenberg. i started telling her the story of adam greenberg. i thought he's only 28, 29 years old, we can't let this moment pass, this window of opportunity. >> i wonder, adam, how are you going to be at bat marlins tuesday and not have tears in your eyes? how are you going to be able to concentrate on that moment? will you be thinking about what happened years ago? will you be thinking about your fitness, yr training, your readiness? can you tell me what you might be feeling? >> yeah. here is the one thing that i want to make very clear, this campaign and this at-bat is a success already. the result of what happens on tuesday, it's one at-bat, showing the power of the human spirit, the power of perseverance and just staying positive and not letting yourself stay down. you can't do it alone. you need support. i didn't ask for it certainly. i didn't know matt from a hole in the wall
is something that lindsey graham, senator lieberman, and many others -- senator menendez -- have pushed very hard to get this dofnlt i hope we can confirm our ambassadors to iraq and afghanistan, and the continuing resolution to fund the government for six months. republicans say this congress has been unproductive. but if republicans want to know why it's been unproductive, they should take a look in the mirror. benjamin franklin once said, "well-done is better than well-said." close quote. "well-done is better and well-said." so it is time republicans stopped talking about how much they wanted to get things done and started working with us to actually get things done. the presiding officer: the republican leader. mr. mcconnell: yesterday dozens of republican senators came to the senate floor one after the other to register their complete frustration with the way democrats are running this place. never before -- never -- have a president and a majority party in the senate done so little to address challenges as great as the ones our nation faces right now. never. i mean, we've got a $16 tri
: also these violent anti-american protests continue. senator lindsey graham is speaking out. what he says are the flaws in the president's foreign policy. martha: and new questions about what the white house knew before the murder of our ambassador and three others in libya. was a critical warning missed? >> we do not have any indication at this point of premeditation or preplanned attacks. we're not making declarations ahead of the facts here. years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. bill: is there a crack now in the story from the white house over the events in libya? four people including one of our leading ambassadors, chris stevens, killed there after an attack in benghazi. so far the white house called the a spontaneous event on 9/11. after yesterday there is investigation that is not yet complete. >> we have provided information what we believe was the precipitating cause of the protests and the violence based on the information that we have had available. there is an ongoing investiga
, thank you very much. we'll see new four years. >> gretchen: from the dnc, is charlotte to billy graham's home library? it's here. what makes it so special? we're taking you inside next. >> brian: first let's check in examine find out what's on at the top of the hour with bill hem examiner martha mccallum. >> how are you doing? we are inside the arena hall here and new polling this morning shows tough news for the president on day one of its convention. we'll see how this plays and take a look inside the numbers. where is the union support in charlotte? if you have not heard about the story already, this could be a big deal within the party. who has the momentum at the moment? republicans or democrats? chris wallace analyzes that. and what will be the vision for a second term if president obama wins? and where is that vision? we'll have it for new ten minutes here live in charlotte as america's news room rolls on ten minutes away. top of the hour >> gretchen: down the street from us, it's the billy graham library here in charlotte. we go inside now. >> it was a great opportunity for me.
traction in these battleground states with working families. >> and senator graham, to you, why to you think mitt romney is struggling so much? we've talked so much about the history of the numbers as it relates to unemployment or anything else and how it would seem that president obama would not be dolling well, and yet, mitt romney is the one who is struggling. why? >> well, to be honest with you, i think if history holds here and undecided voters break against the incumbent as they generally do, this is a very close race, and quite frankly, i like our position. >> really? >> the comment the president said we can only change -- >> yes, i really do. i think no one has ever been re-elected with unemployment over 7.6%. no one has ever been re-elected with an economy this bad and undecided voters break against the incumbent three or four to one. yes. we've talked about mitt romney's tax return. we've talked about his speech, the tape of his speech at a campaign -- fundraiser. we've talked about his dog being on top of the car, but we're not talking about or they're not talking about what
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. as south carolina senator and 9th grade dance chaperone lindsay graham recently explained, the demographic race we're losing badly. we're not generating enough angry white guys to stay in business for the long-term. yes, it's true. and if they are going to stay, republicans need to make more angry white guys. now of course the simplest solution is for them to purchase my new line of premium mail order sperm, formula 401 seeds of discontent. (cheers and applause) harvested from my "grapes of wrath" t is the same white male starter kit you know and love but in a limited batch especially produced while i was very angry watching gay porn. knock it off! give it a rest. seriously. still, with a dwindling supply of white republicans the gop has got to reach out. >> one of the biggest challenges facing the gop this november certainly will be winning latino voters. >> for romney to win swing states like colorado and nevada campaign advisors say they have to get a larger share of the hispanic vote. >> to become as committed to the democrats as the-- in the past while we're in trouble as a party and
from tim graham of media research center. he'll be here to talk to us about his group's claim that the liberal media bias in this election cycle has reached "unprecedented levels." we also want to let our viewers and listeners know that on "newsmakers quggets, housing and urban development secretary shawn donovan is our guest. he's going to talk about what else can be done to help families that are underwater on their mortgages, meaning that they owe more on their homes than they're worth. >> a year ago, when the president put forward his american jobs act in a speech to congress, he also said we're going to do more about refinancing. in fact, the very first thing did he in his we can't wait campaign was say we're going to take the actions that we can with our own powers to help more families refinance. and that's specifically for families that have government-guaranteed mortgages. since we made those, we've seen refinance ago cross the country double, and more importantly, in the states hardest hit, in nevada, we've seen a more than tripling of the number of families that are
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, heroic and inspiring figure to many libyans. as senator mccain and senator graham and i heard during our visits there and was thus the natural choice of president obama to become our ambassador to tripoli after the cad cads -- qadhafi regime fell. this is why his death at the hand of violent extremists in benghazi which was the seat of the revolution against qadhafi, is so tragic and infuriating. there is obviously much we still don't know about what happened at our consulate in benghazi yesterday, but what is clear is that these attackers have to be apprehended and must be punished. i'm encouraged but not surprised by the statements of libya's leaders condemning this attack and i say i'm not surprised because these statements of condemnation of those who killed chris stevens are consistent with what i know the leaders of the new libya to be, what i know to be their profound admiration and love for chris stevens and their respect and gratitude for the united states of america. we look now to the libyan government to act swiftly and decisively and to our own government to provide the liby
, but the governor of every citizen of our state. >> and lindsey graham in south carolina, about romney, he needs to be talking about the economy and not in utah. he's not going to get beat because of money. he ought to be running in ohio and florida like running for governor and running in virginia like he's running for sheriff. >> right. >> so take it from there. there's a lot of, perhaps, unwanted advice but some of it seems to be rather useful advice. >> right. and there's just no question there's deep, deep anxiety about romney's comments and as jonathan martin and maggie haberman in their politico story said, not just the comments, anybody can be taken out of context especially in this sort of undercover hot mike moment like this, but the way he's responded. he hasn't fully embraced the comments and said, no here's what i really mean and think, and hasn't fully distanced himself, i'm sorry, i screwed up. caught in the no man's land and it's clearly been a distraction for 48 hours and under this trajectory, probably got more time that it's been cycled. >> they've tried to change the comme su
graham is defending romney because graham believes it's an american value to game the tax code. he said it himself, in july. graham said it's a game we play. every american tries to find the way to get the most deductions they can. i see nothing wrong with playing the game because we set it up to be a game. now i just want to point out. and i know we're focused on this election. and going into the new year right after the election, a lame duck session of the congress, we're going to have one hell of a debate about what we're going to cut and what we're going to tax to get our treasury in order. but we've got a united states senator who backs up mitt romney and his rate, saying he is very generous. it's all a game. it's all a big game. make no mistake. romney gamed the tax code. he basically picked his own tax rate and his accountants played around with deductions so they could hit the predetermined rate near 14%. would you take it? meanwhile, romney still won't explain the specifics of his tax plan for you and me, americans. >> we bring down rates, we limit deductions and exemptions to
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things happen, cool words or no words are the way to go. >> reporter: but laura graham was supportive. >> mitt romney's team was smart in coming out strong saying we should never apologize when these things go down. >> reporter: late today, the president responded in an interview with cbs. >> there is a broader lesson here, and governor romney has a way of shooting first, naming later. and as president, one of the things i have learned is you can't do that. it is important to make sure that the statements you make are backed up by the facts, and that you have thought through the elements before you make them. >> reporter: it is worth noting that romney changed his schedule today and pulled back on the event he was holding in florida. the president is landing in nevada very soon, holding a campaign rally. >> chuck todd at the white house for us tonight. and of course before all of this blew up, the big story last night was the tensions that were higher than ever between the u.s. and israel over how to respond to iran's nuclear plans. prime minister netanyahu claimed the president had r
reaching a far bigger audience than billy graham packed into a stadium. >> a guy who lives on a bunk bed with his roommate and works a job helping disadvantaged kids, is suddenly a very big deal. churches and universities across the country want to bring him out to speak and perform. >> but now that i know jesus, i know my weaknesses. >> at a recent service, we found young people swarming him for autographs and pictures and talking about his video. >> it's all over facebook and twitter. >> it's becoming a global uproar. >> reporter: but not everyone's a fan. >> none of us are perfect. but christ and religion, many you can't really settle. >> the faithful have come to the defense of the church in a series of raps that mimic him. >> you make some good points, that i will give you, but to throw religion away is a slap to the one who made you. >> reporter: but they counter his statements point by point. >> it's like staring at death and blaming the hers. >> there's been some strong reaction. >> i've been called the anti-christ, a false teacher, the devil. yeah, i'm very surprised by the reac
elenore roosevelt and billy graham. chesman himself wrote books and wrote congress. >> why did you grant this interview? >> curiosity more than anything. >> you're curious on what we might say to you or want to see how we would react. >> in a sense, yes. >> how would you benefit from that? >> oh, i don't know. >> study of human nature maybe? >> not necessarily. i don't know. i was under the impression that the interview when i signed for it was limited to questions relative to the case. now i find myself confronted with an inquisition on my subjective reaction or reasons for granting an interview. >> the latest decision was unanimous against you. do you feel this is the end of the line for you. >> definitely not. i figure that's just a bit of newspaper east that i've encountered every time there's been an adverse decision in the case. >> what if you were to secure your release tomorrow, what would be the first thing you would do on the outside? do you have any idea? >> probably take a good long look at the sky when there wasn't any bars around. >> have you made out a will? >> i've made o
news group the october 8th event will take place at the bill graham civic auditorium. tickets range from $100 to $7500. >>> new finance documents show president obama has $88 million available to spend in the final weeks before the november election. federal election commission documents also show his campaign spent more than $83 million last month. mitt romney has $50 million as he heads into tonight's bay area fundraiser. >>> happening now thousands of bay area apple fans are waiting in long lines for the iphone 5. tara moriarty joins us now from outside the apple store on chestnut street in san francisco. how many people are out there? >> reporter: we have counted about 30 folks. some have been camped out since 10:00 last night. the guy at the front says that is how long he's been here. these are customers that have not preordered. analysts have praised the new iphone, but some criticize the new charging port and the mapping feature. early upgraders are reporting that the new maps are less detailed, look weird, and misplaced landmarks. a very rare set back if for apple. apple rep
on october 8th. we have confirmed it will be a dinner and concert at san francisco's bill graham civic auditorium. no word on who will be performing at this concert. tickets range fromno carrierrinm steve handelsman, nbc bay area news. >> steve, thank you. once again mitt romney scheduled to arrive at sfo at around 5:45 or 5:50 this evening. getting a job in california isn't getting any easier, but employment in the bay area is on the upswing. not a surprise for a lot of people. the unemployment rate dipped here in the bay area, just a bit, from 10.7 to 10.6% because of the booming tech industry, the bay area has been the strongest regional area in the state. both the south bay and the san francisco region in recent months have posted the fastest rate of annual employment growth in the entire country. meanwhile, economists at ucla release at report just yesterday predicting that california's economy will rebound even more slowly than previously anticipated. >>> on this alzheimer's action day, we're taking a look at the growing number of americans diagnosed with alzheimer's before they
. drew brees hitting jimmy graham. new orleans won every single home game last season. looked like he was picking up right where he left off but rg3 had another ideas. the heisman trophy winner hits pierre garcon. 88 yards. that is robert griffin iii. first touchdown pass and he gets it. think fans think they may have found their quarterback of the future. rg3 stuns the saints. 40-32 he was the only one of those five rookie quarterbacks that came away with the "w." >>> more football notes, history from the 49ers went against the packers at lambeau field, by the way. >> indeed, david akers tied the nfl record for the longest ever field goal, 53 yards. wow. just enough before the ball hit the cross bar before then bouncing over. he's the fourth kicker ever to hit from 53 yards. >>> serena williams now a four-time winner at the u.s. open. she was two points to beat top-seeded victoria azarenka yesterday. she said she was actually preparing for her runner-up speech. >> didn't have to do that, that's for sure. since losing in the french open back in may, williams is 26-1, including wins at
" and moonlight graham, who regretted playing only one game. >> i never got to bat in the major leagues, i would have liked that chance, just once. >> reporter: it took adam a while, but he overcame the hand-eye coordination. today he is hitting like he once did. but time is no friend when it comes to professional sports. >> scouts wouldn't look at you when you're 31, will they? >> they look at you in a different light. >> reporter: so together, fan and player created an on-line campaign to get adam another chance. who saw that? the very team that had thrown the ball that had injured him. this morning on "today" the miami marlins offered a second chance. >> well, adam we would like to sign you to a one-day contract. and if you come to miami we'll put you in uniform and you will be a member of our team. >> i mean, i can't express how great that feels to me, baseball in general, from the bottom of my heart, i'll be ready for that. i can tell you that. >> reporter: adam says even if he gets to the plate now and strikes out, it has all been worth it. >> i am going to give it a great at bat, i know t
but starting strong. 12-yard touchdown run by ray graham. pitt leads 21-3 at the half. third quarter, hokies down 28-10, showing some life. logan thomas, connects with marcus davis. this is what we callia yak. you know what that is? it's an 85-yard touchdown. tech with striking distance down 28-17. coming a long way here. >> yeah, they are. >> in the fourth quarter, tight end, mike shanahan there. yeah. his name. no troelgs our coach. pitt with a huge upset 35-17 the final. >>> mike london's cavaliers beginning play against paul johnson and georgia tech, after a three and out by uva, first play for the yellow jackets, kevin washington, deep for zach lasky. he's got him. this is supposed to be a running team, guys. a 70-yard touchdown catch here rambling and an early lead. georgia tech's next possession. second play. passed to smith on the option. smith showing off his running skills here, down the sideline. 77 yards for the score and right now virginia trails 49-7 in the fourth quarter. other games in progress, penn state leading navy 34-7 in the fourth. james madison, west virginia going he
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